Re: Request for comments

From: Crutcher Dunnavant (
Date: Thu Jul 19 2001 - 11:30:49 EST

++ 19/07/01 18:44 +0300 - Cornel Ciocirlan:
> a) more efficient packet filtering. After a cache entry is created for a
> flow, we apply the ACLs for the packet and associate the action with the
> flow. All subsequent packets belonging to the same flow will be
> dropped/accepted without re-appying the packet filtering rules

I'm seeing an identification problem arise here. You have to be able to
identify packets in a flow robustly, and you have to be able to spot packets
trying to fake it. I dont see any way in which you will be able to avoid
the packet filtering rules here.

Crutcher        <>
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